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The most high-tech industry you have never heard of

Episode 10 of Smarter Conversations This episode explores in depth the ways technological innovations and precision agriculture help Trust Protocol growers achieve their goals. It covers the full crop cycle of cotton and sees two growers – Aaron Barcellos from California and Nathan Reed from Arkansas – exchanging best practices and sharing what kind of …

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From Dirt to Data: The Art and Science Behind Trust Protocol Cotton Production

The U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol hosted a virtual farm tour in November 2020 taking the 300 brand and retailer participants through the production process of U.S. cotton. The tour featured videos, a map that highlighted Trust Protocol growers in each cotton producing state, and hosted a live Q&A with experts and growers. To learn more, …

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How Trust Protocol Growers Identify Opportunities for Continuous Improvement

The Trust Protocol allows participant growers to compare their sustainability performance against the Field to Market state and national benchmarks allowing for the demonstration of sustainability performance and resource use efficiency. After completing the survey and field assessment, growers will have access to Fieldprint data about sustainability measures and their farm. This video shows a …

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Transparency Throughout the Cotton Supply Chain

The U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol allows for transparency throughout the supply chain to finished product. Through a combination of a unique credit accounting system and the Permanent Bale Identification (PBI) system, The Trust Protocol helps ensure the commitments behind our cotton.

Brief Overview of the Grower Enrollment Process

In order to become a U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol grower, producers need to complete the self-assessment questionnaire. The assessment will take 30-45 minutes and include questions about your farming practices. This video gives a sped-up overview of how to complete the enrollment process.